The installation is made of loafs of bread that are installed on the floor in a form of a low wall. Bread and water signify elementary human needs and points toward necessary reduction to essentials in the raging culture of consumerism that hypnotizes us with abundant supply of goods. The form of the wall, the barriers of bread, suggests the possibility of endless building up and in that sense the installation is unfinished. The wall is to hypothetically assume gigantic proportions. In this hypothetical extention of the wall one can ‘hear’ its social component – the ‘voice’ of the poor.